Step 1: Scrape off the wax
To remove wax from clothing is necessary, first of all, as carefully as possible to scrape it.Stay must be a minimum of wax.Cooling can facilitate this operation, so try to put a small textile things in the fridge.The plastic bag of ice attached to the surface is very good, if soiled carpets or upholstery.Use a spoon, spatula or a small flexible knife to carefully scrape off the wax.
Step 2: Remove the stain
Place contaminated wax fabric between sheets of absorbent paper moisture (such as paper towels or blotting paper).Then, soak the stain means for dry-cleaning, carefully rub (the wax is absorbed into the paper), then dry.
Step 3: Use a dry cleaning
If you use a dry powder, wet the stain with a damp sponge and apply the mixture of powder detergent and water.Ototrite thoroughly and then wash off.
Step 4: Use a damp cleaning
When using liquid detergent is completely dry cloth.Then apply liquid detergent to a dry cloth.Wash in hot water if it does not
Step 5: Remove stubborn stains
If the stain still remains, soak the item in warm water, adding the prewash detergent.Use bleach, if it is safe for the fabric.Bleaching agents may be oxygen-type bleach or a three percent solution of hydrogen peroxide.Chlorine bleach can damage certain types of fibers and paint, so you should pay attention to the recommendations on the label of clothing, carpets or other products made of fabric and cloth.
Among stubborn stains and stains are from fat, especially chronic.Read, their lead.